Feeling Alone in Your Job Hunt?

Your job hunt can be a long journey. It’s daunting and intimidating to walk through it alone. You may not know where to start, how to get through the interview, how to deal with rejection, or anything else that comes up along your journey. Know that Barracuda Staffing is here for you. We’ll walk beside… Read More »

Endless Applications

I remember when I started looking for a job here in Tulsa. I spent six months on the hunt for the perfect one that checked off everything I was searching for. Looking for jobs became my full time job, and let me tell you – I probably filled out hundreds of applications before I got… Read More »

Job Hunting has Changed

Job search tactics have changed over the years. It’s a digital era, impersonal, and resumes are now required. You may be used to the old ways of getting a job, but you’ll find that the environment has changed completely. Not sure how to handle all of that? Here’s how Barracuda Staffing can help with all… Read More »

If You’ve Had Bad Experiences with Other Agencies

We know that not all staffing agencies are created equal. We know the assumptions that people make about staffing agencies. Most of all, we know that sometimes the thing that stops you from coming in is a past negative experience. If you were wondering what makes it better with Barracuda, just keep reading through this.… Read More »

Unprepared for the Job Hunt?

It’s okay to feel nervous about job hunting. It’s not the easiest task and it’s a lot to handle, but I’m here to tell you that it’s going to be fine. Whether you’re just starting out in the job market and have never interviewed in your life, or you’re restarting this journey after several years… Read More »

Dealing with Unqualified Candidates

I have to imagine that one of the most frustrating parts of searching for new employees is the beginning stages. You get bombarded with resumes on resumes, having to sift through hundreds of them just to find the ones that actually qualify. Handling phone screens with people who had applied for a shop help job… Read More »

Appropriate Body Language in an Interview

I’m back with more tips on how to crush your interviews! Let’s talk about appropriate body language in an interview. I know that this may be a surprising topic because you wouldn’t normally think there is much to it, but it’s something everyone needs to be mindful of. Not thinking about your body language during… Read More »

How to Create the Best First Impression with Your Resume

When you submit a resume for a position, it is the first impression that the hiring manager will have of you. It’s imperative that you make sure that it reflects the best of what you’ve done, and is clear and easy to read. Start with Experience When creating your resume you should begin with all… Read More »

10 Things You Shouldn’t Wear to an Interview

It may seem self-explanatory that these things are not interview attire, but let’s go over them anyway. Excessive Perfume or Cologne Put the bottle down, or else you might suffocate your interviewer. While you don’t want to smell bad, a thorough shower should be enough. There’s no need for seventeen spritzes of your favorite perfume… Read More »

5 Tips to Make Your Next Interview Better

Interviews can be rough, draining, and stressful. Between you and me, here are 5 things that I made sure to do in each interview that made me more prepared. Be Early It’s very easy to get stressed out when you see minutes ticking away as you sit in your car stuck in traffic. If you… Read More »